May – June 2013 Workshop

5 Steps to a ‘Less Stress’ Summer with Your Quirky Kid

Most kids love summer right?

Not necessarily. Lots of children with ADHD, Asperger’s and Executive Dysfunction rely on routines to keep them focused,productive and happy. The ‘lazy days of summer’ can actually be quite stressful for kids who love routine and depend on school to fill their days.

I know many parents just want to de-stress and not worry about schedules and ‘to-do’ lists in summer. But their children have a hard time with the lack of structure, which can result in a very stressful, unhappy school vacation for kids and parents.

What can you do if you want to enjoy your few precious weeks off with your children?

Let’s talk about the 5 Steps to a ‘Less Stress’ Summer with Your Quirky Kid in a teleclass workshop!

In this teleclass we’ll share how to:

  • Give your child the structure he craves
  • Integrate free time into the summer schedule without stress or melt-downs
  • Deal with the questions, “What are we doing today?” and “Are we there yet?”
  • Help your child deal with an unexpected change in plans
  • Ease transitions from one activity to another
  • [Bonus] Simple ways to handle disrespect, tantrums and meltdowns in public

The call will be about 45 minutes and I will leave 15 minutes for Q&A. Details on how to participate in the call will be emailed to you upon registration.

I will also email you a customizable workbook you can use during and after the call to use to plan your ‘less stress’ summer.

And don’t worry, if you can’t make the call live, it will be recorded and the downloadable link emailed to you within 24 hours of the call.

Here are the details again:

June Teleclass:

5 Steps to a ‘Less Stress’ Summer with Your Quirky Kid

Date: Wednesday, June 22

Time: 8 pm Eastern Time

Location: On the phone – details will be forwarded as soon as you register

What: 45 minute call, 15 minute Q&A with me, and a downloadable Workbook

Cost: $19

Register here:

5 Steps to a ‘Less Stress’ Summer with Your Quirky Kid